[Francophones] Fwd: ACNS4607 Resolutions of ACC-14 from 5th May

molanga jean molanga2k at yahoo.co.uk
Ven 8 Mai 15:48:21 GMT 2009

Mercibeacoup Mgr Pierre Whalon pour nous avoir envoyé rapidement ces résolutions de ACC-14  et que Dieu vous bénisse dans Son service.
Mgr Molanga Botola jean
Secrétaire Provincial
Province de l'Eglise Anglicane du Congo

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Date: Thursday, 7 May, 2009, 5:20 AM

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De : Anglican Communion News Service <acnslist at anglicancommunion.org>Date : 6 mai 2009 20:25:39 HAECÀ : bppwhalon at aol.comObjet : ACNS4607 Resolutions of ACC-14 from 5th May
 Resolutions of ACC-14 from 5th May

Posted On : May 6, 2009 1:01 PM | Posted By : Webmaster
ACNS: http://www.aco.org/acns/news.cfm/2009/5/6/ACNS4607
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International Anglican Family Network
Resolved, 05.05.09

The ACC affirms the value of International Anglican Family Network's
work to the Communion, particularly the publication of their
newsletters, welcomes the network's proposal to hold a third regional
consultation on family issues in Oceania in 2010  and urges Provinces to
support this proposal in every way they can.

Le Réseau francophone de la Communion anglicane/ 
Resolution of the Francophone Network of the Anglican Communion 
Resolved, 05.05.09

(en français)
Le Conseil Consultatif Anglican demande au Comité Ad Hoc d'explorer les
moyens d'encourager la traduction de travaux théologiques anglicans
fondamentaux dans des langues autres que l'anglais ainsi que leur
dissémination, de même que de soutenir la formation de professeurs pour
les collèges théologiques de ces provinces et diocèses dont la langue
nationale est autre que l'anglais.

 (in English)
The ACC requests the JSC to explore ways of encouraging the translation
of basic Anglican theological works into languages other than English,
and their dissemination, as well as supporting the formation of teachers
for the theological colleges of those provinces and dioceses whose
national language is other than English.

Anglican Health Network
Resolved, 05.05.09

(a)     welcomes the establishment of the Anglican Health Network as an
official Network of the Anglican Communion
(b) commends the objectives of the Network to the Provinces.

Anglican Indigenous Network
Resolved. 05.05.09

The ACC:
(a) asks those member Churches whose governments have not yet signed
the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to
encourage their governments to become signatories;
 (b)    asks that, where there exist indigenous people who are
minorities, member churches cooperate with indigenous Anglican leaders
to ensure the provision of theological education and ministry training
at all levels that takes account of indigenous cultural contexts and
(c) calls upon member Churches to value, honour and incorporate the
wisdom of the elders of indigenous peoples in their midst in efforts to
address global climate change and the sustainability of creation;
(d) recognizes the on-going disastrous effects that colonialism has
had on indigenous peoples and their families and calls on member
Churches, where there exists indigenous people who are minorities, to
take appropriate and necessary steps to assist the healing of indigenous
families, including the protection of women and children from violence
and human trafficking.


        United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous
Peoples:  (http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/en/drip.html )

Anglican Communion Legal Advisers' Network
Resolved, 05.05.09


(a) thanks the Anglican Communion Legal Advisers' Network for the
work undertaken so far; 
(b) commends the Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of
the Anglican Communion for study in every Province;
(c) invites Provinces and others to submit comments on the
Principles of Canon Law Common to the Churches of the Anglican Communion
to the Convenor by 30 June 2010;
(d) requests the Editorial Committee of the network to submit a
report on the responses received to the following meeting of the Joint
Standing Committee; and
(e) encourages the Provinces to use the network as a resource in
dealing with legal issues in their Provinces.

Anglican Refugee and Migrant Network
Resolved, 05.05.09

(a)     welcomes the re-establishment of the Anglican Refugees and
Migrant Network as an official Network of the Anglican Communion, 
(b) thanks the Province of Hong Kong for hosting the Network, and 
(c) commends the objectives of the Network to the Provinces.

The International Anglican Women's Network
Resolved: 05.05.09

The ACC:
(a) receives the report from International Anglican Womens Network,
commends the network for its work and commitment, and encourages it to
continue to raise and promote women's concerns in church and society;
(b) urges full implementation of ACC Resolution 13.31 (b.ii) across
the Communion and encourages Provinces, through the IAWN Provincial
links, to report on further progress made to ACC-15;
(c) requests that appointments to all Inter-Anglican Standing
Commissions, and all other inter-Anglican Committees, design groups, or
appointed bodies follow resolution ACC 13.31 (b.i) to provide equal
representation of women on each body;
(d) unequivocally supports the elimination of all forms of violence
against women and girls, including trafficking, and encourages all
Provinces to participate in programmes and events that promote the
rights and welfare of women, particularly as expressed in the Beijing
Platform for Action and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals;
(e) recognising the importance of appropriate allocation of
financial resources, recommends implementation of the principles of
gender budgeting throughout the Communion, and requests Provinces to
report on progress made to ACC-15.


(ACC Resolution 13.31.b) ACC acknowledges the MDG goal for equal
representation of women in decision making at all levels, and so
    i   the Standing Committee to identify ways in which this
goal may appropriately be adapted for incorporation into the structures
of the Instruments of Unity, and other bodies to which the Anglican
Consultative Council nominates or appoints
    ii  all member churches to work towards the realisation of
this goal in their own structures of governance, and in other bodies to
which they nominate or appoint
and to report on progress to ACC-14

For the Beijing Platform:  www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/Beijing/platform
For the MDGs: www.un.org/millenniumgoals

International Anglican Youth Network
Resolved, 05.05.09

The ACC:
(a) urges every Province to ensure that at least one person,
actively involved in youth ministry in their Province, participate in
the International Anglican Youth Network;
(b) encourages every Province to dedicate one Sunday each year as
'Ministries with Young People Sunday';
(c) requests each Province to take up a special offering annually to
support ministries with young people, of which a part would be for the
work of the International Anglican Youth Network;
(d) requests each Province to contribute financially to the work of
the International Anglican Youth Network.

Post-Conflict Resolution 
(from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network [APJN])
Resolved, 05.05.09

The ACC:
a.  welcomes with appreciation the report of the Anglican Peace and
Justice Network entitled "Community Transformation: Violence and the
Church's Response," and thanks the provinces of Rwanda and Burundi for
hosting the APJN in September and October 2007
b.  celebrates the leadership exercised by the Provinces of Burundi
and Rwanda, as well as Congo, Sudan, and Melanesia, in establishing
post-conflict programs of reconciliation and healing, as highlighted in
the report
c.  calls for increased solidarity from member Churches of the
Anglican Communion with the Provinces in the Great Lakes Region, and
recommends the establishment of partner relationships, where common
witness and support may help in the prevention or resolution of
conflicts in the region and communities may be more immediately rebuilt.

Sudan (from APJN)
Resolved, 05.05.09

The ACC:
a.  draws the attention of member Churches to the Statement on Sudan
issued by the Primates at their meeting in Alexandria in February 2009;
b.  asks its member Churches to urge the African Union, the United
Nations, and their own governments to be more assertive in seeking a
commitment from the Government of Sudan to implement the Comprehensive
Peace Agreement without further delay;
c.  urges its members to offer continued prayers and advocacy for a
cessation of violence in Darfur, for resumption of peace talks with the
Lord's Resistance Army and the disarming of other marauding groups, for
safe passage for aid organizations, and for the protection of civilian
populations throughout the country;
d.  appeals to those Anglican leaders who are in dialogue with
Muslim leaders around the world to share from their experience, insights
and wisdom on how best the interreligious dimensions of the conflict in
Sudan can be reduced.

Peace-making Dialogues (from APJN)
Resolved, 05.05.09

The ACC:
a.  urges Anglicans everywhere to be bold in preaching
reconciliation and facilitating peace-making dialogues in every
situation of war and conflict;
b.  supports the concept of healing through the processes of
truth-telling, repentance, and restorative justice;
c.  urges all in provincial leadership positions, especially those
in theological education, to implement programmes of conflict-resolution
skills training as a contribution to developing effective and bold
prophetic voices for God's justice in all societies;
d.  commends to the Provinces of the Anglican Communion the
educational resources on conflict transformation and reconciliation
identified and promoted by the Anglican Peace and Justice Network on the
ACO website.

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